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Herb Rosing

November 6, 2018 by Paul Plotnick (Register to contact)

I went to Herb Rosing's funeral a few weeks ago. He was the chemistry teacher at Bowen and ran the science fair. I saw many old classmates, he was well regarded and there about 200 people at his funeral.

Marital status

March 22, 2017 by Maria Merrill Snyder (Register to contact)

I am recently widowed. My husband James Snyder sadly passed away this year on January 20th 2017. We were married for 31 years ago, June 1, 1985. We actually got engaged on the 1984 Cubs Cruise which was fantastic. My husband was a huge Cubs fan & at least he got to see his Cubbies finally win the World Series before he passed. He was born 7/5/1945 so it was really special for him to see. GO CUBS !

reunion

January 27, 2014 by Paul Plotnick (Register to contact)

We had a meeting of the Bowen High January 65 reunion committee on Sunday.

Correction

July 8, 2009 by Charmaine Tree Roundtree (Register to contact)

I apologized for sending incorrect information, The Correction is Bowen Class Reunion From 1987-1992

Bowen Class Reunion from 1987-2002

July 8, 2009 by Charmaine Tree Roundtree (Register to contact)

To protect privacy, contact info has been removed from this post. Register to see the original with contact info.

Bowen Class Reunion from 1987-2002, for next year, but would like to start it now. Please contact me *****@yahoo.com Looking for a committee

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